Part 3: July – September 2011
Following is a further selection of 2011 Wild Reed posts, the putting together of which I found particularly meaningful. Many of these posts have also generated the most comments from readers.
If you’ve yet to read these posts then I hope you'll take the time to do so. I also hope that the experiences and insights they convey will, in some way, resonate with you and encourage and inspire you on your journey.
Teilhard de Chardin and the Heart of Jesus
Return to the Abbey
The Bishops' Reaction to Marriage Equality: "Wrong-Headed and Counterproductive"
Sharing the Good News of Marriage Equality at the Basilica Block Party
David McCaffrey, 1947-2011
"God is in the Roses . . ." – Celebrating the Life and Legacy of David McCaffrey
Beyond the Hierarchy: The Blossoming of Liberating Catholic Insights on Sexuality (Part 1)
The Lost Art of the Arioi
Responding to Some Very Misguided Comparisons
Boris and George
What's Your Favorite?
Out and About – July 2011
Beyond the Hierarchy: The Blossoming of Liberating Catholic Insights on Sexuality (Part 2)
Play It Again, Sam
A Cardinal Breaks Ranks
Adam Sandel on the Queer Appeal of Harry Potter
NOM's Minnesota Battle Plan
Beyond the Hierarchy: The Blossoming of Liberating Catholic Insights on Sexuality (Part 3)
The Latest from Darren Hayes
On the Issue of Contraception, the Catholic Clerical Caste Does Not Speak for "the Church," Let Alone "Religion"
A Gay Catholic Man's Testimony of Courage and Grace: "God Made Me and Loves Me Just As I Am"
Out and About – August 2011
Good News from the Minnesota State Fair
In Mychal Judge's Heart "There Was Room for Everybody"
More on the “Soft Bigotry” of Fr. James Livingston’s Recent Op-Ed
Another Testimony of Courage and Grace: "In Finding Myself, I Found God and My Voice"
Local Catholics Premier Video Series on Faith, Family and Marriage
Out and About – September 2011
NEXT: Part 4: October – December 2011.
See also the previous post:
The Wild Reed's Year in Review: January – March 2011
The Wild Reed's Year in Review: April – June 2011